reappeared with desire Tim Gajser in the Motocross World Championship after a long absence after a serious injury in the Italian championship in which he fractured his femur and which kept him out until the appointment of Loket. Already in the morning practice the current champion was seen by the top of the table and then he would lead the timed practice to take pole position. Not bad to start.
But with the points at stake things were different. And it emerged as usual in this 2023 Jorge Pradocurrent leader of the World Cup, to make it clear who is in charge in MXGP at the moment. He added another victory in the qualifying race, ten more points for his pocket. One more step and one less test to achieve the objective, that he is none other than to be world champion in the premier class. Besides, Romain Febvrehis closest rival to the points, was third behind Jeremy Seewer.
The man from Lugo added his eighth victory in a classification so far this year, and twelve have been played. In addition to being a specialist in starts, Prado is confirmed this season as the true dominator of Saturdays. In it MXGP of the Czech Republic That’s how it went. He was, once again, the best at the start and then he built a comfortable lead that reached four seconds midway through the test, far from tensions and fights like those seen from behind, especially between seewer and Febvre. Rubén Fernández, for his part, was fourth after falling over the fences and in that position he reached the finish line, behind the Swiss from yamaha and the French of Kawasaki. And behind the man from Vigo, coldenhoff and his Honda teammate, a gajser who closed with a good sixth place considering that he had not competed on a motorcycle since February.
This is how the World Cup goes
1) Jorge Prado 572
2) Romain Febvre 467
3) Jeremy Seewer 423
4) Ruben Fernandez 422
5) Glenn Coldenhoff 396